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Aymée Nuviola participates in the Latin Grammy® Master Series at The University of Central Florida
By The Latin Recording Academy
Sep 21, 2019 - 2:15:24 PM

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Lena Hansen and Aymée Nuviola at the Latin GRAMMY® Master Series Credit: The Latin Recording Academy/Photographer: Gerardo Mora/Getty Images

The Latin GRAMMY Cultural Foundation®, in collaboration with Top Stop Music, presented the
Latin GRAMMY Master Series Program

ORLANDO, FLA. - The Latin GRAMMY Cultural Foundation®, in collaboration with the University of Central Florida Rosen College of Hospitality Management and thanks to the generosity of Top Stop Music, presented a Latin GRAMMY® Master Series educational program today. 
During the event Latin GRAMMY® winner and GRAMMY® nominee Aymée Nuviola shared with students her career experiences and her diverse skill set, which allows her to perform in different genres, from salsa, bachata, jazz and boleros to bossa nova, nueva trova and sensual ballads. UCF students pursuing degrees in entertainment management ran the production of the program.
"It's an honor to be invited to take part in events like the Latin GRAMMY Master Series," said Nuviola "Sharing my expertise and personal experience with the next generation of entertainment industry professionals is not only gratifying, but a responsibility as an artist."
Lena Hansen, entertainment journalist at People en Español magazine, moderated the event.
The Latin GRAMMY Master Series is an educational initiative that offers music students the opportunity to attend master classes conducted by talented musicians, producers, engineers and composers of Latin music. These educational experiences provide students with invaluable firsthand experience and insight from the seasoned professionals they aspire to be.
The Latin GRAMMY Cultural Foundation was established by The Latin Recording Academy® to promote international awareness and appreciation of the significant contributions of Latin music and its makers to the world's culture, and to protect its rich musical legacy and heritage. The Foundation's primary charitable focus is to provide scholarships to students interested in Latin music with financial needs, as well as grants to scholars and organizations worldwide for research and preservation of diverse Latin music genres. Take action in supporting our mission by donating today via our Facebook page. For additional information, please visit us at www.latingrammyculturalfoundation.com. For the latest news and exclusive content, follow us at @latingrammyfdn on Twitter and Instagram, and Latin GRAMMY Cultural Foundation on Facebook.
Aymée Nuviola is a Cuban singer, pianist, composer and actress. Nuviola is known for playing Celia Cruz in the TV Series "Celia." She received a Latin GRAMMY® for Best Tropical Fusion Album for her album Como Anillo Al Dedo at the 19th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards®. At the 57th Annual GRAMMY® Awards, her album First Class to Havana was nominated best Tropical Latin Album. In May 2019, Nuviola released an album and documentary titled A Journey Through Cuban Music, a heartfelt tribute to the music and culture of her native country. Her music is heavily influenced by a variety of genres including classical, jazz, pop, bossa nova, and bolero, among others. Some of her other albums include songs like "Donde Estabas Anoche," with Septeto Santiaguero, "El Regreso A La Habana," and "Todo Se Olvida. "
Top Stop Music (TSM) is an independent record label founded in 2008 based in Miami, Florida. Concentrating on the artist themselves rather than specific genres, TSM stands behind musical excellence and aims to create its niche in the music industry by focusing on the quality of its content and filling a growing void in the market with top notch acts.
The UCF Rosen College of Hospitality Management located in Orlando, Florida, offers students an unrivaled opportunity to learn and work in the heart of hospitality. Ranked among the top five hospitality management programs worldwide, Rosen College has been an educational leader for more than 30 years. Uniquely positioned in America’s top tourism destination, we educate the next generation of industry leaders through internationally recognized faculty, innovative academic programs, cutting-edge research and strong industry and community partnerships. To learn more, visit hospitality.ucf.edu.

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